This is a piece consisting of "summaries" of six different news about the economics in Bulgaria, the upcoming (now past) elections for prime minister and the extreme nationalism shown on them, done in bulgarian morse code. http://www.myspace.com/gokkuchan Topics: morse code, elections, economics
Here is an example of how audio morse code tones sound over the internet using a voice chat program called MUMBLE. To send the morse code we are using FLdigi and CWtype. You can use your paddles to send cw as this mp3 example demonstrates via the CWtype serial port hookup for paddles. FLdigi sends cw via the keyboard. Both keyboard and paddles are used in this example. For more information, go to https://sites.google.com/site/icwoip/ Topics: internet cw, internet morse code, cw, morse code
I can't remember I shared this video yet... 2 years ago I found this morse code and forgot about it. If anyone can translate the morse code into text I would be happy! Topics: Morse code, radio, air, scanner
This is a recording of one of our earlier iCW QRQcw NETs on 3.6.2010. Several iCW OPS were present using several different methods to send morse code over the internet on iCW using mumble, FLdigi, CWtype, and a custom sine wave cw code oscillator. For more information please see: https://sites.google.com/site/icwoip/ Topics: iCW, qrq, qrqcw, "morse code", cw.
Pietro Begali, famous Morse key maker using his wonderful Intrepid semi-automatic key as received at amateur radio station N1EA located in Green Harbor, Massachusetts, USA 31 March 2012 on the frequency band of 14 MHz. Topics: i2rtf, "pietro begali", "intrepid", "morse code", bruna
"Cuckoo Radio, Caged Songs Sung (tick tock tick)" is an art installation by Ven Voisey created for the city of Pittsfield's 2008/2009 Artscape exhibition. 12 short songs were composed for 12 hours of the day. Daily, from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m., 12 bird cages mounted to a light post in downtown Pittsfield sing these songs every hour, on the hour. Topic: sound installation, morse code, ven voisey
DARC Morse Code Class on the Air - Class 2 - "Dit's and Dah's" Net Control: Kathern KE5ZCM Alternating "Dits" and "Dahs" Dah's are 3X's the sound proportionally? Maybe - maybe not. Sending speed - 3 to 5 words per minute is the goal. Calculate the average word is 5 letters. Recognizing Morse Code characters is pay attention to the rhythm to the sounds. String of "dits" Now you've learned "E". Now write it down and tell us how many you heard. How... Topic: DARC morse code cw ke5icx ke5zcm
byShirl Joseph Prewitt, W0TUT and David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA
Maritime Morse Coast Station Markers submitted by Radio Officer S.J. "Joe" Prewitt, W0TUT of Panama Beach City, Florida. You will hear the high frequency - HF - markers used by coastal wireless Morse Code telegraphy stations world-wide. Stations all over the world were recorded. These signals were sent when the station was listening for calls from ships on the high frequency bands. Topics: WT, "Coast Station", "Morse Code", markers, HF
This is the same recording of one of our earlier iCW QRQcw NETs on 3.6.2010, only the speed has been reduced by half using AUDACITY for qrs playback. Several iCW OPS were present using several different methods to send morse code over the internet on iCW using mumble, FLdigi, CWtype, and a custom sine wave cw code oscillator. For more information please see: https://sites.google.com/site/icwoip/ Topics: iCW, qrq, qrqcw, "morse code", cw
Distress radio traffic, 500 kHz from SS Marine Electric, call sign WOOH, SOS as recorded at USCG COMMSTA BOSTON / NMF on February 12, 1983. A transcript of the decoded Morse Code is also available here. See file: Transcript_SOS_WOOH.txt favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: SOS, "Marine Electric", wooh, distress, "morse code", n1ea
Recording of Morse Code signals in Eastern Mediterranean Sea. Various coastal radio telegraphy stations are heard from the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, and Persian Gulf. Topics: "morse code", radiotelegraphy, 4XO, haifa, wt, "500 khz", +"radio...
Summary: Mr Gadgets talks about his interest and long experience in Amateur Radio Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1092 Here are some ShowNote Links: http://www.iw5edi.com/ham-radio/?a-beginners-guide-to-amateur-radio,77 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amateur_radio www.arrl.org www.w5yi.org www.rsgb.org www.rac.ca http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_amateur_radio_organizations Keep up the Great Work! BB aka MrGadgets P.S. I'm Baaaaaaack... ;-) Topics: HAM radio, amateur radio, CB radio, Morse code
Reception of HS0AC on August 29, 2012 on 21 MHz of Finn Jensen at the key as received by N1EA in Massachusetts. N1EA is using a side swiper and a semi-automatic McElroy key. Morse code. Topics: oz1het, hs0ac, n1ea, "side swiper", sideswiper, "mcelroy", key, "morse...
This was the first class of 2010 to learn how to receive Morse Code and decode transmissions. This class introduced "dots" and "dashes", discussed good study habit and a first opportunity to "read back" code. Topics: Morse Code, CW, DARC, Dallas Amateur Radio Club, KE5ICX
byWilliam B. Gould, III, John Dilks, David J. Ring, Jr.
WILLIAM B GOULD III, Radio Pioneer - amateur radio call signs 1NP, W1NP, K2NP Born on March 14, 1902. Radio Engineer, Radio Officer, USA Flag, US Army until retirement. He made a series of tape recordings of 500 kc/s in 1966 during March. He was very much a pioneer not only for his being the first Negro which is now called black, radio engineer of a radio station and radio officer at sea, but for his visionary work with communications and electronics with United States Army. He retired in 1969... Topics: "morse code", ship, "coast station", marine, CW, black, negro, radio, wireless,...
DARC Morse Code On the Air - Class 30 - Net Control: W5AAN QST DE W5AAN AR. What we sent. PLease copy the character set you've already learned. Anyone need any practice on any characters? Please copy the following. This is skill building phase. This is a long transmission. Jot down what you hear. Let's do commasâ¦ Volunteer on the next line I sent? Let me resend some of thisâ¦ Let's discuss antennas (from the copy sent). Any comments? Monday Blues - no comments. Monday is always like this.... Topics: DARC, DALLAS AMATEUR RADIO CLUB, Morse Code, Class, HAM RADIO, W5FC, W5AAN, 2012
DARC Morse Code Class on the Air - Class 24 - (02-10-12) - Review Let's send numerals, punctuation, a pro sign, and the letters we've learned so far. Now copy a string of "D's" and "W's". Now copy in reverse order and in pairs the characters we know. Now copy "words" that aren't really words. Now let's copy some reasonable stuff. Now copy from the BBC. Duration 58 minutes. Check-Ins: 8 Topics: DARC, DALLAS AMATEUR RADIO CLUB, Morse Code, Class, HAM RADIO, W5FC, KE5ICX, 2012
Tonight's class is the last for 2010-2011! Four brave folks checked in for the final test! Katherine KE5ZCM, Tony KE5TCG, Jonathan KF5IDY and Darwin KE5RFZ. Many thanks to the instructors as well! Ginger W5AAN (who also produced all the materials and create 52 class sessions, Don W9VE our resident sage on CW, Mike KM5Z, and Tom KE5ICX. Next year, hopefully, some of our graduates will be instructors for the next crop of brave operators! 73 everyone and thank you for a wonderful class! Topics: Morse Code, CW, DARC, Dallas Amateur Radio Club, KE5ICX, w5aan, km5z, class Final
Tonight we learn two new characters "X" and "V". This extended class also included review and some post practice with "1's" and "J's". Topics: Morse Code, CW, DARC, Dallas Amateur Radio Club, KE5ICX, w5aan, km5z, class 18
DARC Morse Code on the Air - Class 14 - 1-26-12 - New Letter "G" and Numeral "4" Net Control: W9VE Review all learned characters. Numerals and Letters in order. A series of words with known letters and numerals and punctuation. Student readback. Uh oh - a little fast. Send the first line again (just the first line). Student readback. (Some confusion of "3's" and "B's". Second line of words. We've slowed the character speed down a little. Volunteers on... Topics: DARC, DALLAS AMATEUR RADIO CLUB, Morse Code, Class, Ham Radio, W5FC, KE5ICX, W9VE, 2012
DARC Morse Code Class on the Air - Class 27 - (2-15-12) - New Letter "Z" and "/" (forward slant/slash) Warm up with known characters in order. Starting with numbers, punctuation and pro signs, Letters from A to Y. Instructor read back. Practice with: "W" and "Question Mark" - Here's some characters Now these characters out of order. Instructor read back. New character tonight: Zulu "Z" Review characters with the new letter "Z".... Topics: DARC, DALLAS AMATEUR RADIO CLUB, Morse Code, Class, HAM RADIO, W5FC, KE5TGM, 2012